# Zoe Austin

Trigonometry teacher | Verified Expert

I'm a graduate of California Institute of the Arts, specializing in Trigonometry. With a passion for mathematics, I aim to simplify complex trigonometric concepts and make them accessible to students. My teaching approach emphasizes practical applications and real-world examples to enhance understanding. Through personalized instruction, I help students develop problem-solving skills and build confidence in tackling trigonometry challenges. Whether it's mastering identities or understanding geometric principles, I'm dedicated to supporting students on their journey to mathematical proficiency.

## Questions

How do you solve #2-10secx=4-9secx# for #0<=x<=2pi#?

How do you find the sine, cosine, tangent, and cotangent of: 122 degrees?

How do you solve #arcsin(3x-pi)=1/2#?

How to solve #cos x < |1|#?

Θ is an acute angle. Find the value of θ in degrees. cos(θ)=0.8?

If sin theta=4/5 and theta is in quadrant 2, what is the value of tan theta?

Using reference angles, how do you find trig functions of cos115?

Given #cosbeta=5#, how do you find #cosbeta#?

How do you find the exact value of #cos[arctan(-5/12)]#?

How do you graph #y = cos (pi /2) x#?

How do you divide #( i+9) / (2i +2)# in trigonometric form?

How do you graph #y=3sin(x-pi/4)+2#?

How do you convert #1 - 3i# to polar form?

A triangle has sides A, B, and C. The angle between sides A and B is #(2pi)/3#. If side C has a length of #2 # and the angle between sides B and C is #pi/12#, what is the length of side A?

How do you solve #sinx=sin(-x)+1#?

If the Angle is 5.04, and the hypotenuse is 20.61, how do you find the opposite leg by rearranging the sine formula?

Can 50mm, 13mm and 12mm be a right triangle?

A triangle has sides with lengths: 2, 8, and 3. How do you find the area of the triangle using Heron's formula?

How do you find the value of #sin 60#?

Given that #tan2A = 3/4# and that the angle #A# is acute, calculate, without using tables, the values of: (i) #cos2A# (ii) #sinA# (iii) #tanA# (iv) #tan3A# ?